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Have look with GOOGLE
Have a look at:

What’s the Difference Between Bash, Zsh, and Other Linux Shells? (https://www.howtogeek.com/68563/htg-explains-what-are-the-differences-between-linux-shells/)
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Use ORACLE SQL-Developer
Hello,
why don't you use the Oracle SQL-Developer.
Connect to prod_db
Use export function to export a table, db, sheme ....
Connect to dev_bd
Import by using the file created in 2.

...
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Posted By bdittmar
CENTOS - YUM !
Hello,
use YUM :

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12.2. yum Commands

yum commands are typically run as yum <command> <package name/s>.
By default, yum will automatically attempt to check all configured...
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Posted By bdittmar
Deleted is deleted
Hello,

in *nix deleted is deleted, no recycle bin like WIN !

Regards
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Posted By bdittmar
Example
Hello,

something like .

00 18 * * 1-5 export USER=jobs110;sh /erpln/bse/etc/rc.startjob 110-00-0003

or

* * * * * /usr/bin/ksh...
1,036
Posted By bdittmar
MAN , Google .....
Hello,

man : ftp , scp , rcp a.s.o.

or GOOGLE
1,477
Posted By bdittmar
find and copy
Hello,

use find with time options (-mtime, -ctime, -atime, -cmin ....)
and -exec cp in your cron.
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Posted By bdittmar
By cron ?
Hello,
for HP-UX 11i server i use this script with cron to monitor a special mount point.

#!/usr/bin/sh
#BD20081020 at rp3410 HP-UX 11i 96%

used_space=0
mount_point=/daten/tmp
#threshold=80...
Forum: HP-UX 08-16-2012
3
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2,053
Posted By bdittmar
Use swlist
Hello,

use swlist

or
ps -ef | grep java

root 1650 1 0 Aug 21 ? 543:44 /opt/java1.4/bin/PA_RISC2.0/java -cp ./lib/m11.jar:./lib/collec

if a java process is available
...
Forum: HP-UX 06-27-2010
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Posted By bdittmar
How did you create the user ?
Hello,
if you create users with SAM, the option "create users homedir" should be enabled.

Regards
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